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FSR Small Research Grants Aim to Improve Patient Outcomes

Two university professors have each been awarded $25,000 small research grants from the Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research (FSR) to pursue projects aimed at improving outcomes for people with sarcoidosis. Researcher Maneesh Bhargava, MD, PhD, of the University of Minnesota, will use the grant to focus on inflammation in…

RARE-X, Global Genes to Help Collect Rare Disease Patient Data

In their continued efforts to improve health equity for people with rare diseases, Global Genes and RARE-X have joined forces to help advocacy groups collect patient data and make the most of that information. “Patient data is perhaps the most valuable asset rare disease communities can leverage to…

Campaign Focuses on Impact of Sarcoidosis on African American Women

The Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research (FSR) announced its newest initiative this month, the African American Women & Sarcoidosis National Campaign, to bring awareness to how this group is disproportionately affected by the disease and to educate people living with the disorder. African American women are three times more…